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Michael Jackson's Boys (2005)

Using interviews with friends, family, journalists and those involved in Michael Jackson's career, past and present, as well as extensive archive footage, this documentary addresses the ... See full summary »

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Helen Littleboy
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Mark Strong ... Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Cascio Frank Cascio ... Self
Jordie Chandler Jordie Chandler ... Self (archive footage)
Ray Chandler Ray Chandler ... Self
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. ... Self (archive footage) (as Johnny Cochrane)
Macaulay Culkin ... Self (archive footage)
Diane Dimond ... Self
Bill Dworin Bill Dworin ... Self
Ahmad Elatab Ahmad Elatab ... Self
Juju Elatab Juju Elatab ... Self
Hanadi Fattouh Hanadi Fattouh ... Self
Terry George ... Self
La Toya Jackson ... Self
Michael Jackson ... Self (archive footage)
Philip Lemarque Philip Lemarque ... Self
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Using interviews with friends, family, journalists and those involved in Michael Jackson's career, past and present, as well as extensive archive footage, this documentary addresses the unusual way the American singer and superstar has been surrounded by teenage boys for most of his adult life. Written by sibisi73

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17 March 2005 | by sibisi73See all my reviews

I am at one with the previous comment by Theo. This so-called 'documentary' is one of the most biased pieces of television I've seen in a long time. Irrespective of your opinion on the current case against Michael Jackson, you would still be hard pressed not to find this programme leaving a nasty taste. I find it hard to believe this could ever be shown if the case was taking place in the UK, as the whole tone implicitly suggests that Jackson grooms his young male friends, before rejecting them once puberty hits. There are a few interviewees who support Jackson, however, the editing and script are predominantly misrepresentative. There's a plethora of archive footage to back up the director's agenda, but very little in the way of investigative journalism. Indeed, a very dangerous film.


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25 January 2005 (UK) See more »

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